Engineering and Architecture Pole
The UEMF's engineering and architecture pole include 3 engineering schools, a Grande Ecole of Architecture and an engineering faculty.
The engineering schools (EIDIA, and EEMGC) prepare engineering students to practice their profession in a variety of engineering fields: Electrical, mechanical, energetic, civil, computer science, artificial intelligence, robotics, telecommunications, and many others.
Engineering education is provided by highly qualified professors and benefits from cutting-edge technological platforms (practical work, projects, research).
The pole has a strong research dynamic, with several projects conducted in partnership with the industrial world and produces a large number of research papers in prestigious, ...
Humanities and Social Sciences Pole
UEMF gives particular importance to the teaching of the human and social sciences. In order to grasp the modern world, which is increasingly complex and in a state of perpetual globalisation and change, it is necessary to acquire a rational and critical mind and a capacity for multidimensional analysis that is nourished and forged in particular by philosophy and the human and social sciences. Land use planning and urban modernisation projects, the introduction of new technologies or changes in production processes and procedures very often include human and social dimensions, the consideration of which is a prerequisite for the success of the objectives pursued. The HSS pole comprises :
Biomedical and Biotechnology Pole
The pole prepares engineers, Masters graduates, and doctoral students specialised in biomedical and biotechnology. The fields of action of these specialists include food processing, drug production, protein engineering and pathobiology, while working on several aspects (cellular, molecular, genetic, immunological, physiological and pharmacological).
In terms of training and research, one of the primary missions of this pole is the manufacture of implants and medical devices (using 3D printing technology in particular) as well as their operational testing and evaluation.
Continuing education approach
change action, a mode of action inherent in all management responsibility. The training makes the company itself a first-class educational space. It is also increasingly recognized as a tool for business competitiveness. It becomes impossible for them to meet performance challenges without carrying out strong, multiple, sustained, sustainable training actions.